Sarasota, FL (PRWEB) November 19, 2013
Dr. Kenneth Schweizer, dental implants dentist in Sarasota, FL recently introduced the New Teeth Express procedure that is helping baby boomer find a better alternative than removable dentures for tooth loss. With New Teeth Express, patients can receive a same-day, permanent smile makeover with dental implants.
According to the Centers for Disease Control Prevention, an average of 26 percent of seniors over the age of 65 will lose all of their natural teeth at some point in the elderly years. Those who suffer from tooth loss have traditionally had to turn to removable dentures as a way to restore function. But unfortunately, all denture wearers must hassle with the adhesive strips and pastes required for the oral devices, and many wear dentures that simply just don’t fit correctly. With the New Teeth Express procedure offered by Dr. Schweizer, baby boomers no longer have to resort to removable dentures, but can have a new permanent, hassle-free smile in just one visit.
“Throughout the past several years, dental implants have really revolutionized the way we are able to provide restorative and cosmetic treatments to our patients struggling with tooth loss or failing teeth,” said Dr. Kenneth Schweizer, implant dentist in Sarasota, FL. “With our New Teeth Express procedure, we’re able to offer our patients a permanent oral device with the use of dental implants that truly gives their smile a second chance—both for function and for aesthetics.”
The New Teeth Express procedure is completed by removing all of the remaining ailed and failing teeth of the patient, and replacing them on the same day with artificial teeth produced in a laboratory. The artificial teeth are anchored with dental implants at the jaw, eliminating the need for adhesive agents. After this procedure, patients no longer have to worry about failing bridges, loose dentures, bad root canals, or additional tooth deterioration. Dr. Schweizer offers this procedure to patients for one affordable flat rate without incidental fees.
Kenneth Schweizer, DDS, FICOI has been practicing dentistry for more than three decades. He is originally from Long Island, New York, but spent many of his younger years living in Puerto Rico, Brazil, and Mexico, and a result is fluent in both Spanish and Portuguese. He completed his DDS degree at Emory University School of Dentistry in Atlanta, Georgia, graduating with honors. He is a Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists and is a member of the ADA, Florida Dental Association, and Sarasota County Dental Association.